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JOHN JR. HUSTON

JOHN JR. HUSTON

JOHN JR. HUSTON John Jr. Huston, age 60, of rural Kahoka, MO, passed away Saturday, January 3, 2015 at Blessing Hospital in Quincy, Illinois. John was born July 17, 1954…

Mary (Anabel) Boyer 1924 – 2014

Granger, MO Mary (Anabel) Boyer 1924 – 2014 Mary Anabel was born March 18, 1924 to Ruby Rae (Kimbley) and Lawrence Reuben (Joe) Jones in Shelbyville, MO at the home…

Joseph Thompson (Joe Tom) Walker 1929 – 2014

Memphis, MO Joseph Thompson (Joe Tom) Walker 1929 – 2014 Joseph Thompson(Joe Tom) Walker, 85, of Memphis, MO passed away early Friday morning, Dec. 19, 2014, at the Scotland County…

Clark County Officials Sworn In-Photo Gallery

Clark County Officials Sworn In-Photo Gallery

Pie In The Face-Video

Pie In The Face-Video

Peoples Bank’s David and Brian Alderton get pies to the face after bank customers donated more than 1000 food items to the Clark County Food Pantry.  …

Highland Tournament Brackets Announced

Click below to view the basketball tournament brackets 2015 Girls Bracket 2015 Boys Bracket…

Industrial Opportunities To Provide Recycling Pickup In Kahoka

Industrial Opportunities To Provide Recycling Pickup In Kahoka

By Mike Scott Industrial Opportunities in Kahoka will begin providing curbside recycling pickup in January, 2015. “We’re really excited about it,” said manager Sara Allen. “A lot of people have…

Food Pantry Distributes Christmas Baskets

Food Pantry Distributes Christmas Baskets

On Monday, December 22, Clark County Food Pantry volunteers distributed over 270 Christmas Food Baskets, complete with a turkey, to needy families in Kahoka and Clark County. They also had…

ACLU Sues Ferguson-Florissant School District, Charging Electoral System Undermines African-American Vote

ST. LOUIS  — The American Civil Liberties Union today filed a federal lawsuit against Missouri’s Ferguson-Florissant School District, charging the district’s electoral system is locking African-Americans out of the political…

Luray School Closure “Inevitable”

Luray School Closure “Inevitable”

By Mike Scott “We need more funding, and we need more kids, but we’re not going to get them,” said Luray School Board member Miles Cameron. Cameron summed up Luray…

Schweich Releases Follow-Up Report on Clark County Circuit Court

Schweich Releases Follow-Up Report on Clark County Circuit Court

  JEFFERSON CITY (Dec. 8, 2014) – State Auditor Tom Schweich released the follow-up report to his July 2014 audit of the Clark County Circuit Court today.   Here are the major findings…